those renders are great, specially the illumination, i have iqube grass too but dont use themb because the materials, ive read about you change them, colud you give som clues abut that? tnks
thos images are perfect specially the illumination, i saw something about the materials of the grass, i have the same ones but dont use them because hte materials, could you share some of the changes that worked for u?
Simple and quite Neat Project :) Love the Cactus though :P
Well Ronen ,
it would be really helpful if you could please make a Thread on Some Everyday useful Scripts for Interior & Exterior Renderings . Like StoneGenerator Scripts , Floor generator & Etc :)
Would be really appreciated :)
hi great work thank's for sharing . Over all your vegetables feel greats! May you share other information? how many type of species are here, in tot. how many istances populate your immages....rendered with how much memory....and so on. Thank's in advance
hi, how you can use both sun shadow and hdri shadow ? you use hdri as envirenment and reflection texture ? and you adapt the sun oriention to hdri sun ? excuse may englih :)
@samanoski See the following link.
I LIKE THIS WORK AS MUCH AS DESIGN LIKE RENDERING NOW YOU WANT TO KNOW AS IT WAS THE CAMERA THAT THEY USED
@BrunoDaSilva I used Vray Physical camera with default settings except
the Day Light as white balance.
i Love it! thank you very much Ronen for all theTutorials that u make.always happy to see more like this one (the Modeling Part)
@ThomasGruender The render time was about 3 hours for each image.For post i used ps for basic color correction (used curves and color balance).
Thank you Your images looks photo real :) Could you post your camera settings? and could you be kind enough to tell me what grass and bushes you have used? Thanks ;)
@Dollmaker I used grass from ICube with multiscatter and the bushes also
but changing a lot the materials.
realy nice tutorial
can you post your test setting for the render (the one you use when you are tring light and texture
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